Steve Jobs and Apple's Influence on Apps
By Moms with Apps on December 31, 2011
Lorraine Akemann at Moms with Apps read the biography of Steve Jobs. She took some valuable lessons from it that she applies to app development. Really, the lessons could apply to any endeavor. She writes,
I am not an Apple employee, but I’ve often wondered about the company’s DNA. With some downtime over the holidays I was able to read Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs. The narrative helped me peer into Apple’s core values. And as I step back, I find myself less frustrated by the chaos of the App Store, and more grounded about which apps matter and which don’t.
Read more from Understanding Apple at Moms with Apps
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